Wendy's Country Lodge
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... thing that I have learned in Africa is that while white people have the watches the Africans have the time. Things have a rhythm of their own here and things take as much time as it takes. I have to confess to a little impatience but it is always best to let people move at their own pace and that has been the case in this instance. While being busy getting things ready for the trip and also building single track for the annual "Ratt Race" with a small ...
... We watched an eagle, an owl and a falcon perform and when the eagle was in the air he was chased by a native crow and soon came flying home to get out of the crow's way. A very entertaining morning. We then headed on to the Canopy Tour where we were kitted up with harnesses and helmets. I was somewhat concerned that it would be too scary for Derek. Fortunately there were only two of us on our tour along with our two young guides, Promise and ...
Durban and its surrounding areas are full of wonderful gardens and parks, all well worth a visit by nature loving people. One of Durban's oldest public institutions is the Botanical Gardens. It is also Africa's oldest surviving botanical garden. Established in 1849, the gardens were established to participate in London's Kew Gardens quest to establish botanical gardens across the world. These gardens were set up to ...
... children to return - it will be our turn soon.The river is calling. It beckons us with is cool arms to enter and experience it's adventurous, free spirit, as we ride its rapids on a tube and live the adventure. It has begun!
Just two hours west of our base camp in the leafy suburb of Cowies Hill rise the mighty uKhahlamba Drakensberg mountains. The Zulu name means "barrier of spears" as their majestic peaks stab proudly into the vast blue skies ...
... flowing across the concrete causeway carrying tree branches, large tufts of grass and other assorted flotsam. Although I had been told that Isibindi means courage, deciding to drive into this torrent would not be a show of courage but stupidity. We placed a rock at the waters edge and after ten minutes saw that there was a gradual falling of the water, just have to wait it out. We could talk to the driver on the other side by cell phone, a remarkable event in ...